Virtual Tours by Students
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I stopped class, but I still have to take some but what we call breath requirements, which is general education. So we're taking classes from history to biology on DH, in English classes, math classes. So one of the classes I still need to take is biology and my bio classes, California cornucopia and which we talk about all the products of food and the stuff everything California produces. We kind of talked about in the class, from corn to raisins, two oranges and riverside. Actually, harvest is one of the most productive cuties. You see Riverside and I found that out in our classroom. So in the classroom here, the classroom sizes for most general educational classes are going to be really big, going to be around, raising from forty two, sometimes one hundred students in these general educational classes. The cause I'm in right now is not too big is about forty to fifty students. In addition to that, we also have a discussion section where the student assistance of the class of the professor goes in and teach about ten to twenty of us. So during these discussions sections, we get to dive deeper into the information that is give presented in lecture. We get to talkto, uh, student assistance who help us understand the material on a deeper level. I take this cost two times a week, Tuesday and Thursdays from for about an hour and a half each, and then one discusses section for one hour a week. I personally don't meet it with them that much, because the Creek Lem is not that hard. You just have to make sure you pay attention in class and you really have to go to discuss in section because that discussion section really teach you everything you need to know. A lot of people go toe to office hours, and they spent a lot of time there and is up to you. Really? If you want to make relationship with the professor or with TA? Personally, I kind of spent more time with TA since there are the ones that are greeting your work and you're more personal. Most of these t a's are first second year in their grad school, so they kind of know what you're doing. They kind of know a student at what you're doing with, So yeah, that's some of the costs I take.